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Design

How to Offer Customers the Craftsman Design Trend

While homes made of individually handcrafted elements may not be accessible or desirable for every homeowner, manufacturers can incorporate elements of Craftsman design in their products.

Hope’s Introduces Old World Suite Steel Windows and Doors

The new product, with its thin arrow-shaped steel frame profiles, represents a return to Old World style, says the company.

Jeld-Wen Unveils Luxury IWP Aurora Fiberglass Exterior Door Line

Each door is crafted from a mold of an actual wood door. Standard designs include choices from sleek contemporary and updated traditional to coastal and European rustic.

Crystal Windows Expands Aluminum Color Palette

Crystal Window & Door Systems expanded its stock architectural colors for its aluminum window and door products to 20 stock colors available in AAMA 2604. An additional 16 are available in AAMA 2605 powder coat finish.

Patio Doors

Case studies show design trends in patio doors.

The Rise of Slim Profiles in Window and Door Design

Not simply an offshoot of the renewed interest in minimalist design principles, the increased interest in slimmer sight lines is more related to the realization that slimmer profile windows can help homeowners maximize natural light, offer better views, and provide a cleaner, sleeker aesthetic.

Back to Basics

Streamlined, simple trends reign in today’s hardware design.

Classic Black Finishes Deliver Timeless Appeal

With aluminum windows and doors, you can offer a choice of either painted or anodized black finishes to help homeowners, designers and builders attain this design-driven look and achieve the desired, durable result.

Design Considerations for Hinge and Multislide Doors

We must apply the insights gathered from thermal simulations, consultants, design experts and energy advisors to develop the best possible solution. Drawing from all available information and innovation, you can engineer the optimal, holistic, high-performing hinge or multislide door.

Curves Ahead

Completing both curved and linear extrusions in the same batch minimizes variation for a consistent, high-quality appearance and reliable, high performance, backed with a standard full warranty.